Alice Huang is a transactional attorney with a diverse practice focusing on commercial finance, mergers and acquisitions, and health care.
Alice has experience representing both financial institutions and borrowers in a variety of commercial finance transactions, including secured and unsecured credit facilities, term loans, asset-based loans, acquisition financing, and syndicated credit facilities.
- Represented the agent in a $500 million syndicated unsecured revolving credit facility to multinational manufacturer and its Japanese subsidiary
- Represented DowDuPont in the separation of its materials science, agriculture, and specialty products businesses through the $39 billion spin-off of Dow, Inc., and $19 billion spin-off of Corteva, Inc.
- Represented a global architecture, engineering, project controls, construction management, consulting company in an acquisition-financing transaction
Pro Bono Experience
"Reaching Within Silk Road: The Need for a New Subpoena Power That Targets Illegal Bitcoin Transactions," Banking & Financial Services Policy Report, March 2016, Vol. 35 Issue 3
"When Freedom Prevents Vindication: Why the Heck Rule Should Not Bar a Prisoner's § 1983 Action in Deemer v. Beard," Boston College Law Review, 2015
Boston College Law School (J.D. 2016, cum laude)
Boston College Law Review, Symposium Editor (The Centennial of the Estate and Gift Tax: Perspectives and Recommendations)
New York University College of Arts and Science (B.A. 2011)